4 Proposing and Reporting A Project

Learning Objectives:

  • Establish and convey the main ideas of your proposed work, and invoke interest and engagement in the reader
  • Identify and present convincing arguments for the undertaking of the project, as well as methodologies
  • Identify, analyze and review the literature that concerns the arguments for your proposed project by illustrating a wide interest in the topic
  • Identify and emphasize relevant and new methods that indicate a good foundation for your project as well as the novelty of your methods
  • Develop impactful presentations of your results, evidence, or conclusions for easy comprehension by the reader
  • Evaluate findings (your results, data, or conclusions) and provide¬†support references for the validation
  • Develop conclusions that briefly and succinctly summarize the project and its findings

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